Wildflowers and marshes, Grand Teton National Park

The wildflowers on our hiking adventure near Jackson Lake in Grand Teton National Park were wonderful.

Lupine

Lupine

I kept pausing to take photos, which really slowed us down!

Mules ear

Mules ear

I tried to work fast, though, so I wouldn’t slow down our progress too much. I managed to capture this bee.

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I liked the quaking aspen behind these flowers.

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Sulphur buckwheat, I think

Sulphur buckwheat, I think, the white ones

There was a lot of thunder in the distance, making us hurry to beat the storm. The clouds made a dramatic backdrop for photography, though.

Tree drama

Tree drama

These marshes are around in multiple places providing habitat for many species of plant and animal.

Christian Lake

Christian Lake

Christian Lake

Now that I’m home, I’m really glad I made the effort to take a lot of pictures. I can remember it so clearly. I hope you enjoy them too. Have a great day!

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